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Stock Indices - Fri, Jan 30th, 2015

Nasdaq Composite

Name Last Percent Links
Nasdaq Composite 4,683.41 0.97%
AMEX Composite 2,451.96 0.43%
DOW Industrials [Test] 17,416.85 1.29%
Russell 2000 Index 1,190.18 1.27%

Stocks Quotes

Name Last Change Percent Links
Advance Decline Ratio 2.27 2.14 1,646.15%
Advancing Stocks 1 1208 462.84%
Declining Stocks 645 -1227 -65.54%
Unchanged Stocks 44 21 91.30%
Advance Decline Difference 824 2435 -151.15%
Advance Decline Volume Ratio 1.45 1.35 1,350.00%
Advancing Volume 2 1968.99 516.67%
Declining Volume 1 -1968.22 -54.88%
Unchanged Volume 67.38 57.92 612.26%
Advances Declines Volume Difference 35 -21744.33 -37.95%
New Highs 67 -107 -61.49%
New Lows 128 38 42.22%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Advance Decline Ratio 0.95 0.55 137.50%
Advancing Stocks 118 48 68.57%
Declining Stocks 124 -49 -28.32%
Unchanged Stocks 30 -3 -9.09%
Advance Decline Difference -6 97 -94.17%
Advance Decline Volume Ratio 0.72 0.63 700.00%
Advancing Volume 31.45 24.57 357.12%
Declining Volume 43.48 -25.77 -37.21%
Unchanged Volume 5.26 2.79 112.96%
Advances Declines Volume Difference -1 5034.24 -80.72%
New Highs 2 1 100.00%
New Lows 4 1 33.33%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Advance Decline Ratio 2.14 1.85 637.93%
Advancing Stocks 1 1089 195.16%
Declining Stocks 767 -1108 -59.09%
Unchanged Stocks 80 10 14.29%
Advance Decline Difference 880 2197 -166.82%
Advance Decline Volume Ratio 2.24 1.89 540.00%
Advancing Volume 1 806.75 161.54%
Declining Volume 582.81 -843.4 -59.14%
Unchanged Volume 31.06 11.62 59.77%
Advances Declines Volume Difference 53 32875.33 162.31%
New Highs 33 -40 -54.79%
New Lows 85 18 26.87%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Advance Decline Ratio 0.8 -0.39 -32.77%
Advancing Stocks 92 -20 -17.86%
Declining Stocks 114 20 21.28%
Unchanged Stocks 41 3 7.89%
Advance Decline Difference -22 -40 -222.22%
Advance Decline Volume Ratio 0.35 -0.83 -70.34%
Advancing Volume 25.85 -36.49 -58.53%
Declining Volume 73.43 20.71 39.28%
Unchanged Volume 110.87 30.55 38.04%
Advance Decline Volume Difference -4 -5719.35 -594.94%
New Highs 11 unch unch
New Lows 8 1 14.29%

Stocks Articles

Futures Market Review and Forecast: 2027 is Key Pivot Level

Futures Market Review and Forecast: 2027 is Key Pivot Level

On Thursday, the S&P futures bounced nicely off the first target at 1984. The bounce was strong enough to shoot price near the now familiar 2027 level, which is now operating like a pivot during this consolidation.  2027 is now key resistance. A move above 2027 that holds for more than an hour is likely to be significant…. meaning the end of the correction. A Note on Volume Profile The...

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SPX: Nice Ride, But A Little Wild

SPX: Nice Ride, But A Little Wild

On Monday (Jan. 26), we warned that US equity markets were nervous, and vulnerable to bad news. Tuesday we saw just how vulnerable. What will happen on Wednesday? More of the same is our guess. Lots of volatility, especially around the Fed Open Market Committee minutes, which will be released at 2:00 pm. Despite the selling panic at the start of the day, we remain cautiously bullish. Tuesday...

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Looking For a Trend Change in FSLR

Looking For a Trend Change in FSLR

The market has not been kind to the solar space. Considering the success of the companies is loosely tied to coal, and commodities have not done well recently, it makes sense that weakness has come into that space. But there are some signs that sellers are running out of energy here. While FSLR is making new marginal lows, the RSI is making new higher lows. This indicates that momentum is...

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Will the “Floor” Hold?

Will the “Floor” Hold?

The 2061 “Ceiling” level was not tested on Tuesday due to the gap down in the markets, ostensibly from a shortfall in earnings and durable goods orders. If a “Ceiling” is rejected, you can bet the “Floor” will be tested, and that’s exactly what happened on Tuesday. It was briefly undercut, but an important downtrend line held (Trendline #2) and provided a platform for a bounce. In post...

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Why Smart Traders Do Dumb Things

Why Smart Traders Do Dumb Things

"Everybody's got a plan until they get punched in the face."Mike Tyson In the past 10 years, we have helped hundreds of retail traders learn to trade futures. Most begin by using a simulation account – paper trading – and most of them quickly learn to trade profitably ... as long as they aren't trading real money. But many of the same people who can accurately assess opportunities and...

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Time To Start Looking Short?

Time To Start Looking Short?

Last week, I said it was time to start looking long.  The actual turn date, which was identified in December, was January 15th, which marked the exact low. Since last week’s article for TraderPlanet (click here), the SPX has rallied some 60 points. Not bad for a quick trade. But now, is it time to start shorting? The answer to that question all depends on your time frame. If you are a quick...

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QQQ Shapes Up After Pullback

QQQ Shapes Up After Pullback

A relative strength analysis versus the S&P 500 shows large-cap technology stocks have been outperforming the broader market since 2007. There isn't any sign of that changing. Within the context of the cyclical bull market, QQQ (PowerShares QQQ Trust) peaked in late November and began to pull back. After multiple tests of technical support attracted buyers, the reward-to-risk scenario...

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Futures Market Review and Forecast: Looking For a Retest Of 2061

Futures Market Review and Forecast: Looking For a Retest Of 2061

On Sunday evening, the S&P 500 futures sold off quickly and approached the 2023 level I mentioned as the lower target zone for Monday. Early in Monday’s day session the upper level of that target zone (2035) was tested and the market passed the test. You can see this level on the chart at left circled in green. This puts the 2061 “ceiling” level in play as a target. If the S&P...

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Positioning Money For The Future

Positioning Money For The Future

As I have written so many times, this is a brave new a world of changing technologies, changing so quickly that the markets hardly can keep up. In fact, they can’t, which suggests investors need to get ahead of the market, to find out what is the next big thing to get your money into. Okay, so there are many new “big” things to get you money into, but when you break it down fundamentally,...

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George Lindsay’s 8-year Interval

George Lindsay’s 8-year Interval

The late technician, George Lindsay described an 8-year interval as part of his 22-year Overlay (An Aid to Timing, SeattleTA Press, 2012). He wrote that the high (or “moment of truth”) at the end of the interval is often followed by a harsh 2-3 month decline followed by an approximate 5-month rally in equities. With the Dec 2014 high marking eight years, five months since the low in July...

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For Phase I of Markets re-design, we are introducing simple OHLC bar charts with a volume histogram.

To adjust the period and scale of the chart, use the "slider" bar which appears underneath the Volume histogram frame. If the slider frame is not appearing, you may need to adjust the 'Zoom' view of your internet browser or adjust your screen resolution to a lower resolution.

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